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«Freely convertible ideas», - an interview with A. Shumilin in the newspaper «Respublika»

«Freely convertible ideas», - an interview with A. Shumilin in the newspaper «Respublika»

About 450 inventions and over 1200 patents operating in the territory of the Republic of Belarus - this is the number that is registered annually in our country. Recently, the most popular areas are organic chemistry, drugs and medicines. By the way, on April 26, the world community traditionally celebrated the International Day of Intellectual Property. How successful is our country in this direction? How active is a modern inventor?

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“How Belarus plans to develop the high-tech sector”, interview with A.G. Shumilina for BelTA

“How Belarus plans to develop the high-tech sector”, interview with A.G. Shumilina for BelTA

A new research cycle is being launched in Belarus. A draft state program for innovative development for 2021-2025 has been prepared. Smart cities and electric transport, medicine and biotechnology - many innovations are planned for the future. What projects will be implemented in the next five years and plans to support innovative entrepreneurship were told in an interview with BelTA by the Chairman of the State Committee for Science and Technology Alexander Shumilin.

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From smart grids to smart factories

From smart grids to smart factories

Nobody disputes the applied character of Belarusian science. With the support of scientists, domestic trucks and tractors are gaining a foothold in traditional markets and expanding into long-distance countries, and the refinery's oil rate is about to reach 100%. 

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Dialogue for the common good: the messages of the forum outlined in experts and delegates assessments

Dialogue for the common good: the messages of the forum outlined in experts and delegates assessments

Technoparks are effective and demanded platforms for the development of innovative entrepreneurship, and the creation of new high-tech industries. It's where our talented young people can achieve their potential. That's why the creation of technoparks in Minsk and regional centers on the territory of unused state-owned enterprises is a well-timed idea.

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Towards world-class technology

Towards world-class technology

Industry laboratories increase the impact of science and accelerate the process of introducing innovations in production. This is a new direction for our country. Petrochemical enterprises were among the first to respond to it, with the assistance of which six industrial laboratories have already been created in a relatively short period of time. 

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"Innovations work for the economy" - interview with A. G. Shumilin to the newspaper "Respublika"

"Innovations work for the economy" - interview with A. G. Shumilin to the newspaper "Respublika"

When we say "economic growth", we mean innovation. Maybe we don't have a large-scale raw material base in our country, but there have always been minds and scientific schools here. The R correspondent learned about the latest developments in the intellectual sphere, the preparation of a new State program for innovative development, and the demand for Belarusian developments in foreign markets from the Chairman of the State Committee for science and technology, Alexander Shumilin.

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"Innovations are a driver of economic growth in Belarus", interview with A. G. Shumilin in the magazine "General Director"

"Innovations are a driver of economic growth in Belarus", interview with A. G. Shumilin in the magazine "General Director"

Since 2007, the country has adopted and approved State programs for innovative development (SPID). However, it should be noted that in THE SPID 2007-2010 and SPID 2011-2015, a significant part of the projects included in them were simultaneously implemented within the framework of other state programs, sectoral innovation programs due to the lack of targeted sources of funding.

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Medicine, ICT and mechanical engineering - what will be a priority for Belarus for the next five years

Medicine, ICT and mechanical engineering - what will be a priority for Belarus for the next five years

Belarus has identified common priorities for the development of science and innovation until 2025. According to decree No. 156, special attention will be paid to information, medical, biological, engineering and agricultural technologies. Priorities also include energy, construction and the environment. About what high-tech projects it is planned to implement in the next five years, BelTA learned from Alexander Shumilin, Chairman of the State Committee for Science and Technology.

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To monetize know-how? Easy!

To monetize know-how? Easy!

How are best minds creations in the country and abroad being identified, legalized, protected and monetized? On the eve of the International Intellectual Property Day we talked abouth this with the Chairman of the State Committee on Science and Technology, Alexander Shumilin.

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Parks of the innovation period

Parks of the innovation period

Over the past year, Belarusian science and technology parks produced products worth almost 150 million rubles. Approximately 80 percent of which is innovative. Every year, the State Committee for science and technology (SCST) optimizes the innovation infrastructure. In all regional centers, Novopolotsk, Pinsk, Bobruisk, Gorki, Borisovsky and Lyakhovichi districts, there are already 16 technoparks and 8 technology transfer centers, where more than 2.8 thousand people work. Who are they-residents of technoparks? What innovative projects do they offer today? What markets do they enter? What challenges are faced and what progressive solutions are offered to the global technology market? The Republic correspondent was looking for answers to these questions.

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